“Mother Teresa: In the Name of God’s Poor”
Calcutta, 1946. Violence rages in India. Sister Teresa (Geraldine Chaplin) teaches at a convent, but is haunted by the faces of the starving, the poor and the homeless; the faces of those less fortunate than her. With only her faith, in God, she leaves the convent to live in the slums and care for the poor. And surprisingly, even one of the world’s most revered, selfless heroes questions her purpose. An award-winning and critically-acclaimed film, Mother Teresa: In the Name of God’s Pooris the story of a woman who proves that one person can make a difference. Also starring William Katt. 93 minutes.